Five years into the right-wing extremist NSU trials, the victims' families are disappointed. They demand a verdict on the radical right-wing terrorists and justice. Many feel let down by the court system.
Germany's neo-Nazi scene is vandalizing memorials to people murdered by the terrorist cell National Socialist Underground (NSU), government figures show. But the government claims the NSU has not had a noticeable effect.
Germans took to the streets after the verdict delivery in the National Socialist Underground trial to demand that investigations continue into the series of right-wing extremist murders — and into state failures.
Beate Zschäpe and two other men were allegedly members of the neo-Nazi NSU cell which murdered minorities and carried out a string of bombings. The case has shocked Germany since it began in 2013.
The man who supplied a gun to the National Socialist Underground terrorist group has been set free on bail, having served two-thirds of a 10-year sentence. The German neo-Nazi scene had campaigned for his release.
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